Jean-Baptiste Drouart de Bousset

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Jean-Baptiste Drouard de Bousset (1662 - 3 October 1725) was a French baroque composer.

He was born in Asnières, of minor nobility,[1] and became maître de musique of the chapelle of the Louvre. He died in Paris.

His son René Drouard de Bousset was a noted organist who also published two series of cantatas on biblical subjects.

Works, editions, recordings[edit]



  • Les Fastes De Bacchus, dir. Verschaeve, La Compagnie Baroque. Arion
  • Airs Sérieux, Elizabeth Dobbin, Le Jardin Secret. Fuga Libera (Outhere, 2016)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Dictionnaire veridique des origines des maisons nobles ou anobles 1818 p335